Injury Cache is a Supply Pack item that can be obtained from the monthly subscriber rewards.
The Injury Cache cannot be sold to a store and cannot be obtained through city finds.
Upon opening the Injury Cache, the player will receive one of the items from the list below
|Halo vest||Whereas a Neck Brace merely limits head movement, the Halo Vest fully immobilizes the patient's head through the use of pins screwed directly into the skull. By putting your neck bones under tension, a Halo Vest helps to heal fractures and breaks while protecting your spinal column from further injury. Conversely, a Halo T-shirt will make people think you spent most of your 20's racking up kills at Blood Gulch.|
|Head Bandage||The sight of someone's head covered entirely in gauze used to conjure up images of a brave hero burned beyond all recognition, perhaps after risking their life to save a child from a house fire. These days, someone sporting a bandage niqab is probably hiding the results of an eyelid lift or a half-assed nose job. Whatever is wrong with your face, this full head bandage will keep your features under wraps.|
|Hook Hand||The metacarpus-replacement of choice for pirates and radical clerics alike, a Hook Hand represents a more practical prosthesis for those who are not finger privileged. Hand Hooks may not look like a real human hand, but they can do many things a fleshy extremity cannot, such as slice things open, hammer nails, and allow masochists to wipe their backside in a manner more befitting of their lifestyle choice.|
|Hospital Gown||Hospital gowns are long, loose pieces of clothing worn by patients about to undergo surgery. These gowns were traditionally open at the back, but in recent years, complaints by bashful patients have led most hospitals to adopt a less revealing design. Rest assured, the Hospital Gowns used in Torn City are of the old variety, allowing doctors and onlookers to gain full, unfettered access to the wearer's backdoor.|
|Knee Brace||A knee brace works by shifting your weight from the most damaged part of the knee, allowing the wearer to walk more comfortably without pain. In the UK, it is estimated that the average 5-a-side football player will own fourteen knee braces by the time he is 38, and will spend roughly 1/8th of his remaining lifespan talking about his knees "giving him jip".|
|Medical Diaper||The Medical Diaper is a garment made for those with various conditions, such as dementia, impaired movement, or incontinence, which restrict them from using regular bathroom facilities. Those who wear adult diapers may feel self-conscious about doing so, but given they never have to wait in line to take a dump, or hover precariously over a pee-streaked public toilet seat, these items could be seen as somewhat aspirational.|
|Medical Eye Patch||A soft, breathable cotton patch taped over the eye to prevent infection. Whether you're suffering from a serious case of pink eye or you've tried to remove your contact lens with dirty fingernails, this medical eye patch will protect your peeper until mummy has kissed it better.|
|Neck Brace||Also known as a cervical collar, the Neck Brace consists of a hard polyethylene frame over a soft, foam cushion. These items are designed to limit head movement to allow the wearer to recover from whiplash or a neck sprain, but they can also be used to garner sympathy from a court during a court hearing, or prevent hickeys.|
|Plaster Cast Arm||When placed on the arm, plaster casts are at constant risk of being signed or doodled-upon by friends, relatives, and random well-wishers. Unfortunately, this plaster cast has been coated in a layer of ink-resistant material, ensuring that the wearer looks like a billy no-mates for the duration of their recovery.|
|Plaster Cast Leg||Plaster casts consist of a bandage covered by a hard coating of plaster of paris, with this second layer relied upon to hold broken bones in place while nature does its thing. This particular plaster cast fits on a human leg, but it could also be used on a large cat or a very tiny horse.|
|Prosthetic Arm||For those shorn of an upper limb, this carbon fiber Prosthetic Arm allows the wearer to maintain the appearance of being able to do the Macarena without providing them with the ability to do so. And while this false arm may be entirely non-functional, wearing one does mean you finally have a use for all those spare gloves.|
|Prosthetic Leg||Prosthetic Legs are built more for function than aesthetics, with this titanium model capable of restoring full walking and kicking ability to its mono-legged user. Side effects of wearing Prosthetic Legs include contact dermatitis, blisters, and a propensity for shooting people on the john.|
|Torso Bandage||The torso, or trunk, describes the area above the ass but below the neck minus your legs and arms. When a bandage covers this area, it means the wearer has either undergone major organ surgery, or they've treated themselves to a lovely set of E-cups. This particular Torso Bandage has been pre-bloodied for your convenience.|